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The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
The Color Wheel
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The Color Wheel
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  • 1. THE COLOR WHEEL
    By: Elizabeth Sears
    EDU 290
  • 2. What is the Color wheel?
    A color circle that is mainly focusing on RBG or known as Red, Blue and Green
    Broken down into three different sections
    Primary Colors
    Secondary Colors
    Tertiary Colors
  • 3. Primary Colors!
    RED
    YELLOW
    BLUE
    Make up the Primary colors.
    A primary color is a set of colors you can combined to make a wide range of useful colors.
  • 4. Secondary Colors!
    After being mixed with the primary colors; red, yellow and blue. Three more colors will be made into the secondary colors
    Green
    Orange
    Purple.
  • 5. Tertiary Colors!
    Tertiary colors are the mixtures of primary and secondary colors.
  • What is a HUE??
    A hue determines the weakness or intensity of a color
    As well as, determines an element in the color wheel.
  • 11. What is a Color Scheme?
    By using the color wheel you can create color schemes. To create style and appeal using two different colors to using multiple colors for a more advanced combination
  • 12. Color theory
    Is the Form of mixing Colors to make visual impacts. The Tradition of color theory started back in the 18th century.
  • 13. What is a Pigment
    Are materials that change the color as light hits the color and changes the actual wavelength are being absorbed.
  • 14. Color harmony!
    Harmony is being able to please with color. Can tie into with music and poetry.
    It’s the visual experience, to be able to engage the viewer and artist eye.
  • 15. THE COLOR WHEEL
    The final results of the color wheels with all the terms stated throughout being combined.
  • 16. How Invented the Color wheel?
    Sir Isaac Newton
    invented the color wheel, when he was working with the spectrum and visible light.
  • 17. Work Cited
    Facts and information:
    Color matters. Color logic, 2008. Web. 29 Feb. 2010. <www.colormatters.com>.
    Pictures:
    Slides 1,3,4,5,& 10
     Morton, J. L. Color wheel. Digital image. Color matters. Color Logic, 2008. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. <www.colormatters.com>.
    Morton, J. L. Primary colors. Digital image. Color Matters. Color Logic, 2008. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. <www.colormatters.com>.
    Morton, J. L. Secondary colors. Digital image. Color Matters. Color logic, 2008. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. <www.colormatters.com>.
    Morton, J. L. Teritary Colors. Digital image. Color matters. Color logic, 2008. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. <www.colormatters.com>.
    Slide 11
    Froehlich, Sara. Color wheel. Digital image. North Lite. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. <www.northlite.net>.
    Slide 12
    Kim, Mirae. Sir isacc Newton. Digital image. Newton. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. <https://libwebspace.library.cmu.edu:4430/posner/sp09/subcontents/images/GodfreyKneller-IsaacNewton-1689.jpg>.

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